There are plenty of great views of the Pacific from the Palos Verdes Peninsula. In the above picture you can see the Point Vicente Lighthouse in the distance (far left).
See also my 2009 photos at the Trump Golf Course.
Downtown Los Angeles had 2.42 inches of rain on March 20 easily shattering the previous record of 1.48 inches in 1943! (Click for more.)
|When we recently went to Southern California, we flew out of Dulles for the first time since they replaced the old "mobile lounges" with trains. I like the trains better, although they don't have enough seats available. But they are fast and don't smell like diesel fumes.|
Mosby’s Rangers (43d Bn., Va. Cav.) used this rock as a rendezvous point and met here to divide the spoils after raids. The renowned Southern spy and scout Laura Ratcliffe, who lived nearby, showed this rock to Col. (then Captain) John S. Mosby, CSA, in 1863, and suggested he use it as a meeting place.
Shenandoah! A beautiful valley and a winding river -- how fortunate we are to live here! And since I love photography, I'm taking plenty of pictures and sharing them here. You'll find other subjects too. If you like historic sites or gardens or animals, you'll find them on this blog. Please visit often and feel free to comment.
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